The 50 Wise Speakers website allows you to study public speaking. The website allows you to select transcripts of speeches based on categories (such as business, education, or government), questions (such as delivery, stage fright, and humor), or based on the speaker themselves.
The Public Speaking Project website provides an online textbook, video slide presentations on various public speaking topics and handouts. The content on this site has been contributed by various speech professionals. The site intends to add and update content regularly and states that activities will soon be added for further practice and engagement of the content by students. Also, the site is in the process of creating a space for instructors called ‘Faculty Lounge’ to access and share syllabai, manuals, and class activities for public speaking.
Create mind-maps to brainstorm or organize ideas for projects or essays. Popplet provides a quick and easy platform for creating a digital mind-map. Simply click “try it out” to get started. You can export your work as a .pdf or .jpg to save it or you can print it out immediately. You only have to sign up in order to save unfinished work to continue later. Once you sign up, you can make up to 5 saved mind-maps as a free user. But you can use it as many times as you wish on the Demo! Just make sure to export your work before you leave because it will not be saved on the website!